The University of Glasgow was recently ranked 81st in the world (Times Higher World University Rankings 2006) and enjoys an outstanding reputation for its teaching and research.
The Glasgow International College
● The programmes are regularly and rigorously quality assured by staff from the University of Glasgow.
● They have been developed so that they introduce students to exactly the subjects they will study in more depth at university.
● The College has received British Accreditation Council recognition.
● Each student has a tutor who they meet every two weeks in the first term and every month later on. The Learning Support Tutor’s job is to discuss individual progress in class and encourage students to develop a disciplined, effective study habits ready for university.
● Students visit their progression department and also meet staff for information sessions and activities. Progression options will be discussed as results become available and the student’s interests develop during the programme.
● Students are taught in small classes giving them the chance to participate fully. Getting to know tutors and classmates quickly helps students to feel confident about participating. The college also produces mid-term reports to give concrete evidence of each individual’s progress.
To find out more about Glasgow Int'l College and its entry requirements, please contact us here.